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mirror symmetrical spines about to get easier at least for the speaks of france gets on concrete a new surveillance bill passing by a landslide in the french parliament the lower house voting for hundred thirty eight in favor with just eighty six against , the bill would let spies use phone taps hidden microphones and online intercepts without approval , a judge wide ranging powers that critics fear could lead , some of us are really worried about , uh , executive branch , has the potential to organize , but certainly hundreds on the streets in protest fronts a nation shaken after islamist militants killed seventeen people in paris earlier this year the government's already set aside for a hundred and twenty five million euros to recruit thousands of extra police spies and investigators , protesters against the bill have until june to make that point when the country's up a house conscious votes